Treasury Board Collective Agreements Tc

By negotiating in good faith, the Canadian government has concluded 34 agreements during this round of negotiations, involving more than 65,000 federal public service employees. These include 17 agreements with 11 bargaining agents representing CPA workers and 17 agreements with four bargaining agents representing workers working in separate agencies, such as the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA), the National Research Council (NRC) and the National Film Board (NFB). In addition to the above-mentioned joint and specific TC proposals, the negotiator has additional proposals that, while they could not be calculated due to the unavailability of specific data, would increase the total cost of the bargaining agent`s proposals, which are already significantly higher than the employers` proposals and the government`s fiscal capacity to increase the benefits of the collective agreement. These proposals are as follows: PSAC expects the Phoenix Treasury Board to pay general damages (i.e. the lump sum of $2,500) within the 180-day implementation period mentioned above. In addition, information on how current and former members who have suffered heavy losses from the Phoenix payroll system can claim additional compensation will be provided by the Treasury Board in the coming months. We will continue to urge the government to implement these regulations effectively. The employer argues that tc Group does not support the market with respect to this benefit, which is consistent with the situation in other collective agreements. The negotiator did not provide sufficient justification for this proposal. May 15, 2015 – The federal government continues to commit to tariffs. The government continues to advocate for collective agreements with all pending bargaining units for this round of negotiations, including those represented by the PSAC. “We are pleased to have reached another agreement with the Public Service Alliance of Canada and are encouraged by the progress we are making in our negotiations.

Once again, this interim agreement shows that our government remains committed to agreements that are aware of today`s economic and fiscal environment, fair to workers and reasonable to Canadians. In its approach to collective bargaining and renewal of collective agreements, the employer`s objective is to ensure fair compensation for workers while respecting its overall budgetary responsibility and commitments to the priorities of government and Canadians.